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Statistics of scientific procedures on living animals

Statistics of scientific procedures on living animals

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Published by HMSO in Belfast .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementprepared pursuant to section 21(7) of the Animals (Scientific Procedures) Act 1986 as adapted by section 29 of that Act ; Department of Health and Social Services. 1994.
ContributionsGreat Britain. Department of Health and Social Services, Northern Ireland., Great Britain.
The Physical Object
Pagination23p. :
Number of Pages23
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21300762M
ISBN 100337079951


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Annual statistics relating to scientific procedures performed on living animals in accordance with Animals (Scientific Procedures) Act Published 19 July From. The statistics in this publication relate to scientific procedures performed using living animals subject to the provisions of the Animals (Scientific Procedures) Actduring the year The purpose of.

Annual statistics relating to scientific procedures performed on living animals in accordance with Animals (Scientific Procedures) Act limited (for further details see the Introductory Notes and the Form Notes in the 'User Guide to Home Office Statistics of Scientific Procedures on Living Animals').

Presentation – the figures given refer to the numbers of procedures that were started in (rather than the numbers of animals), compared withunless indicated Size: 1MB. Annual Statistics of.

Scientific Procedures. on Living Animals. Great Britain Presented to Parliament pursuant to section 21(7) and 21A(1) of the Animals (Scientific Procedures) Act Ordered by the House of Commons to be printed 13 July HC The statistics in this publication relate to experiments or other scientific procedures performed on living animals that were subject to the provisions of the Animals File Size: 1MB.

Where the use of animals is currently necessary, FRAME supports the reduction of numbers involved to an unavoidable minimum and refinement of experimental procedures to minimise any suffering caused. In order for FRAME to meet those goals we monitor and analyse the UK annual Statistics of Scientific Procedures on Living Animals each year.

of the Act. Statistics of scientific procedures on living animals are annually collected, and published annual by the Home Office.

Collection procedures 2. The statistics are compiled from returns, submitted by project licence holders at the end of each year, or on. The statistics in this publication relate to scientific procedures performed using living animals subject to the provisions of the Animals (Scientific Procedures) Actduring the year The purpose of the publication is to meet the requirements of the Animals (Scientific Procedures) Act section 21(7) “The Secretary of State shall.

SPLA is an annual publication which presents statistics on the numbers of scientific procedures carried out on living animals, by species and type of procedure. The Home Office produces the statistics under the auspices of the Animals (Scientific Procedures) Act (ASPA ) and Article 26 of European Union Directive 86//EEC.

The 'Animal Scientific Procedures Act ()', regulates the use of animals in scientific research in the UK. The Act requires a rigorous system of controls on scientific work on living animals, including the need for both the researcher and the project to be separately licensed, stringent safeguards on animal pain and suffering and general requirements to ensure the care and welfare of animals.

The Annual Statistics of Scientific Procedures on Living Animals Great Britain reports a welcome decline in animal experimentation in the UK. However, caution has to be exercised when interpreting these most recent figures, due to the significant changes made to satisfy the requirements of Directive /63/EU as to what information is Cited by: 1.

Link to the data Format File added Data preview; - Time series tables Download datafile ' - Time series tables', Format: ODS, Dataset: Statistics of scientific procedures on living animals Great Britain ODS 20 July Not available: - Data tables Download datafile ' - Data tables', Format: ODS, Dataset: Statistics of scientific procedures on living animals Great Britain.

The Annual Statistics of Scientific Procedures on Living Animals Great Britain reveal that the level of animal experimentation in Great Britain continues to rise, with just over million procedures being started in that by: 1. New statistics released by the Home Office show there were almost m scientific procedures involving animals ina 4% drop on the previous year.

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